Travel Blogs from Boulder, United States

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Visiting the Hoover Dam, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Visiting the Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by kieron_mendez

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We made our way from the Grand Canyon to Las Vegas today, the most pleasent 5 hours of driving that we've had so far. It was made all the better by our 3 stops on the way. 1st up was breakfast at Denny's a couple of hours after we got up at our campsite. ...

pop in to Home, Boulder, United States travel blog

pop in to Home

A travel blog entry by dmcnaught

I stayed in Arizona for a few weeks and then Kristen and I headed up to Boulder, Colorado by bus. Long bus trips were of no big deal to either of us - it was quite fun actually since there were no good airfares to Denver from Phoenix. We hung out with my ...

Leaving for South America, Boulder, United States travel blog

Leaving for South America

A travel blog entry by dmcnaught

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Night at Boulder City, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Night at Boulder City

A travel blog entry by whereisphoebe

Tonight we spent the night at Boulder City. We also went and had a look at the Hoover ...

Back home, Boulder, United States travel blog

Back home

A travel blog entry by dmcnaught

... may not be too far away, but at least a year away. I just accepted a 3 month contract for Sony Recording Media in Boulder and that will keep me off the streets for a while. Kristen is checking things out here, and getting frightened by the prospect of ...

Hoover Dam, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by whereisphoebe

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Today we spent a few hour out at the Hoover Dam. It was really hot but the heat was worth it. We went on a tour down the the dam which was pretty cool. I got some good photos too. Soon we are heading off the Las ...

D(og)enver, Boulder, United States travel blog

D(og)enver

A travel blog entry by travelchiz

... illegal Pete's and the rest of the time sat in the park, me reading, chris knitting. In the afternoon we set out for Boulder, arriving only to discover that a hose leading to our coolant system had burst and that there wasn't any coolant left in the ...

Day 19 Hoover Dam, Red Rock canyon, Hoover dam, United States travel blog

Day 19 Hoover Dam, Red Rock canyon

A travel blog entry by kanny

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Allen Bible Visitor Center (Lake Mead), Boulder City, United States travel blog

Allen Bible Visitor Center (Lake Mead)

A travel blog entry by poram

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36.016126, -114.758500 This is a Lake Mead Park visitor center area.  It's near Boulder Dam just off of Lake Mead.  It's a good departure point for the newer Lake Mead railroad hiking trail. These pictures from the time I went there was very ...

A Timely Adventure, Boulder, United States travel blog

A Timely Adventure

A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife

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... before i left, i was at the Biergharten with a beautiful community that i had the privilege of being a part of in Boulder. We occupied a vast table in the establishment and made ourselves at home, switching places to talk with different people. It was ...

Colorado, Boulder, United States travel blog

Colorado

A travel blog entry by wsteggall

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I have just returned from a trip into the Rocky Mountains with my friend Jess. We left from boulder, colorado yesterday and drove right into the snow-capped rocky mountains. The fantastic road took us to  12183 feet (3713m), where there was heaps of ...

Goose Creek in the snow, Boulder, United States travel blog

Goose Creek in the snow

A travel blog entry by solarmoxie

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I'm just starting to get used to running in the snow, & even in the winter the sun is always out here ~ it's gorgous, & nothing like the dirty snow I'd experienced in DC, this snow is pretty & pristine, white & fluffy & begs to be ...

Change in plans, Boulder, United States travel blog

Change in plans

A travel blog entry by kellyfordkellyf

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... Anne was sick with stomach flu. We ended up talking until after noon about climate change, the Higgs boson discovery, India, art, Boulder history... It was a very pleasant morning. Don had a ticket for the symphony and asked if I would like to join him ...

Hoover Dam, Hoover Dam, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam

A travel blog entry by jenfoote

Next we were off to the vegas area.  The new bridge is in at the Hoover Dam so we stopped at the new tourist area there.  The hotel on the other side advertised rooms for $19.99 which was a deal we couldn't pass up.  The conceirge told ...

Huge Dam and new bridge, Hover Dam, United States travel blog

Huge Dam and new bridge

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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19th Nov. cont. After a rather surprisingly rough and winding Route 66, we arrived back at Kingman, refueled and shot up the US93 to Hoover Dam. We arrived around 1pm, or was it 12pm, as we had crossed another time zone we had gained another hour. ...

Chicago aint the windy city, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Chicago aint the windy city

A travel blog entry by mickietucs

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I arrived just in time (before the winds came). Couldn't deploy my visor and had to stake a few things down - but solar is doing its job of keeping my battery level in good shape. This campground has zero hookups so I have to be cognizant of what I use. ...

First Weekend - SNOW!!!, Boulder, United States travel blog

First Weekend - SNOW!!!

A travel blog entry by dkg2002

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... Fire (tequila and tabasco, mmmm...) we later realized - and John was manly enough to take it. Good man :) Another nice day in Boulder! Sun, 10/21- The forecast had called for snow on Sunday, and sure enough early in the morning I heard some serious ...

SNOW SNOW SNOW!!!, Boulder, United States travel blog

SNOW SNOW SNOW!!!

A travel blog entry by dkg2002

... salad and a kind of eggplant parmagiana dish for them, so we all had dinner together. The next day I worked while they explored Boulder and around, and even visited me at work later. Friday the snow started falling - and didn't stop for days! Mom came to ...

Menchey Music, Boulder, United States travel blog

Menchey Music

A travel blog entry by thsmith1

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... kind of sport imaginable, and probably a few we made up – for the first time in several decades. He toured us around downtown Boulder, we went out for a nice steak dinner, and then went back and took TJ for a short hike into the hills to see the ...

Premier jour à Boulder, Boulder, United States travel blog

Premier jour à Boulder

A travel blog entry by pyg69

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... tes et remontés, nous voilà prêt à affronter la perpétuelle chaleur, le radieux soleil ainsi que les fameuses trails de Boulder. Pour notre baptême, nous nous sommes tappés 2 trails. Walker Ranch loop:  14km,  2000 pieds ...

TRIP PREPARATIONS, Boulder, United States travel blog

TRIP PREPARATIONS

A travel blog entry by jehueser

Planning our first trip abroad had many unanswered questions and so we probably overplanned, but here are the major items that had to be resolved: 1)  Since John and Maria were traveling with us, we had to agree on a trip plan and decide how many ...

What is the meaning of soccer?, Boulder, United States travel blog

What is the meaning of soccer?

A travel blog entry by thepromise927

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Well, Folks, this entry is belated by a number of days.  You will have to excuse the delay, but after Saturday's game, the cup lost a little bit of its glory for this blogger.  Also, I have been writing my first year research project, which is ...

Yosemite day 4, Boulder City, United States travel blog

Yosemite day 4

A travel blog entry by kasie.repinski

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We started out this morning with a 2 mile horseback ride to mirror lake. There we ran into a family we had met while swimming in the Merced river. The kids wanted to play so we invited the family for a cookout. We swam in the Merced river again, the kids ...

Sleep, Boulder, United States travel blog

Sleep

A travel blog entry by lilistravels

Got home and sent straight to sleep. The boss said we didn't  need to hurry into work the following day so I planned on enjoying a nice sleep in ...

Heathrow to Colorado, Boulder, United States travel blog

Heathrow to Colorado

A travel blog entry by mimmik

It'll be good to be back and see my family in Colorado again, and also to really launch into serious research for my next adventure: moving to New Zealand to study massage therapy for a year, and if they'll have me (and I like it enough), stay to work ...

Vannpark - en dag i guttas tegn, Boulder, United States travel blog

Vannpark - en dag i guttas tegn

A travel blog entry by familienvogt

... fjellvandring og gutta valgte seg vannpark! Ikke overraskende. Vi var heldige og fant Water World bare en knapp times kjøring fra Boulder. Det var meldt litt dårlig vær, men det så vi ikke noe til, heldigvis! En kjempefin, lang dag med mye ...

I'll see you soon, then, Boulder, United States travel blog

I'll see you soon, then

A travel blog entry by exert

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Tomorrow I am leaving to drive across the United States. I have spent the last week gazing at maps, educating myself on cool places to go, and planning. I am going on this road trip to experience the beauty of this country, to give myself time to think, ...

Another Dam Day Trip! (To Hoover Dam), Boulder City, United States travel blog

Another Dam Day Trip! (To Hoover Dam)

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego

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... ; storage and delivery of Colorado River waters for reclamation of public lands and other beneficial uses exclusively within the United States; and hydroelectric power production." Interestingly enough (and similar to what we learned at Niagara Falls last ...

Phase 2, Step 1 // The Portal, Boulder, United States travel blog

Phase 2, Step 1 // The Portal

A travel blog entry by leala.colombia

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Disclaimer: This article pertains to the portal of the University of Colorado, and while it might be similar to portals used at other schools, I can't guarantee it. So you’ve heard me complain about the portal plenty by now, but it doesn’t ...

Rehab in Hippieville, Boulder, United States travel blog

Rehab in Hippieville

A travel blog entry by chingiz

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... just invited me out here to take turns beating the shit out of me all weekend. They've got quite the torture camp here in Boulder. There's a woodshed complete with maul ("Not an ax," says Phil. "You don't use an ax to split wood."), two dogs to ...

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